This is a village that's small in size but large in character! Its wonderful stone-built houses, with darker, lauze roof tiles, are reflected in the Dordogne River, just below the village. You'll be able to enjoy a superb view over the river from the little alleyways of la Roche Gageac. These will take you to the troglodyte houses at the foot of the cliffs looking out over the village.
These wonderful, ochre-coloured cliffs, which face due south, provide the village with shelter from the winds, so creating a microclimate of which many species of Mediterranean plants have taken advantage! There's even a tropical garden here!
You'll be able to make the most of your visit to the village of la Roque-Gageac by coming to see the ruins of the village's fortified castle, or the imposing Manoir de Tarde, in the heart of the village, before heading off to enjoy some of the local Périgord food in one of the village restaurants!
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